Support » Plugin: Advanced WP Columns » [Plugin: Advanced WP Columns] Additional params for theming

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  • Plugin Author LordMX

    (@lordmx)

    On the plugin settings page, you can set the name of CSS class that you want to attach to columns. For example “my-fancy-column”. After that, you will need to define in your theme how that CSS class will looks like. So in your style.css file you can add for example:

    .my-fancy-column
    {
       color: red;
    }

    …and that’s it 🙂

    This option is (by my opinion) very useful for developers who want to integrate this plugin into their theme. But as you can see, it can be easily used by anyone.

    No not that.
    I know that and I did it.

    I did add a class in plugin settings, but it doesn’t show in source code.

    If you confirm this is a working feature, I will troubleshoot why mine is not working.

    Sometimes developers say that a feature in settings is a placeholder.

    Plugin Author LordMX

    (@lordmx)

    I double check that. And as far as I can see there is a classes that I attach trough the settings page. You can see that if you switch your between visual and HTML view while you editing your post/blog.

    Cheers

    Ok. Found the issue.

    It only applies to new columns. Existing columns don’t get the classes.

    Resolved. Thanks.

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